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Union Board brings Christmas celebration to campus

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter The holiday spirit was alive at Tech during Union Board’s annual Christmas in the Plaza Dec. 14 from 5-8 p.m. in the Student Center, Main…

Volleyball team sends four players to all-Louisiana volleyball team

by Anna Claire Thomas, Associate Sports Editor The Tech volleyball team placed four players on the all-Louisiana volleyball team selected by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association Tuesday afternoon. Senior Lori…

Acrobats, Plastik act entertain students with boomwackers

by Mary Timmons, Staff Reporter Union Board kicked off winter quarter Dec. 7 by welcoming students back with a free performance in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts.  Jumpin’…

Dining services prepares for winter quarter overhaul

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter Construction is underway for McAlister’s Deli, the newest addition to Tolliver Hall, which will be opening late during the winter quarter. Crystal Berry, marketing coordinator…

Work study programs unaffected by cuts

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter Despite budget cuts throughout the university, the Federal Work Study Program, a federally-funded program that grants students financial aid through on-campus work, has seen a…

Connections, cards cause campus chaos

by Taylor Stephens, Features Editor For students and faculty who have had problems with the Internet or server connectivity the past week, the Computing Center urges users to stay calm…

Higher education budget cuts send students to state rally

by Kelly Belton, News Editor While few Tech students may see the effects from state budget cuts to higher education, other universities and colleges throughout the state are preparing for…

Another information overload

by Danielle Cintron, Editor As often as network news broadcasts the tragedies of the world, never before has the murder of a 15-year-old girl affected me. While leaving my Spanish…

WikiLeaks

by Kelly Belton, News Editor Since the Nov. 28 release of more than 250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables, WikiLeaks has been the subject of both praise and criticism around the world.…

WAC changes leave Tech in question

by Sarah Brown, Sports Editor With much controversy in the Western Athletic Conference concerning who is staying and who is leaving, Tech’s Athletic-Director Bruce Van De Velde released a quarterly…

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